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HTML

              
                <h1 class="border1 display-inline">We can control document flow via css display property</h1>
<h2 class="border1 display-inline">We don't have to specify default properties - since, well, they are the default!</h2>
<div class="border1 display-inline">Just another div.</div>
<span class="border1">Just another span.</span>
<span class="border1">Yet another span.</span>
<div class="border1 display-inline">Yet another div.</div>
<div class="border1 display-inline">This is a third div on this page!</div>
              
            
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CSS

              
                .border1 { border: 5px solid gray }
.display-inline { display: inline }

/*
Conclusions:
1. We can skip a css class if the style described in that class is the default style of an element.
2. In this example, we simply skipped the "display-inline" class on each <span> element on the page.
3. This is because the default styling for <span> element is display: inline!
*/
              
            
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